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Fishing Reports by Capt. Gary Clark


2009-12-02
9:50 AM

Variety in types of fish and weather - Fishing report for the week ending 11/29/09 This week gave us a little bit of everything in types of fish and weather. The beginng of the week with mild temperatures and light wind the trout,mackeral,bluefish and pompano were good with the always mor more...
Capt. Gary Clark - Pine Island Sound


2009-11-22
9:02 AM

October weather in November - Fishing report for the week ending 11/22/09 We are finally getting some of the weather now that we missed in October when we where sweating instead of enjoying the fall temps. Snook have been showing up in good numbers in the canal systems and river more...
Capt. Gary Clark - Pine Island Sound


2009-11-08
8:22 AM

Cooler temperatures and windy days - Fishing report for the week ending 11/08/09 the first days of this week turned out to be the best until a big high preasure system has made running and fishing in open water misserable. On the light wind days we were able to catch nice mackeral,Bluef more...
Capt. Gary Clark - Sanibel


2009-10-29
9:06 AM

Record temps make for a strange pattern - Fishing report for the week up to 10/28/09 After a strong front last week water temps are rebounding and still winds have the bait returning to the bay. On tuesday the one windy day this week the bait was sreaming through the passes causing the mac more...
Capt. Gary Clark - Pine Island Sound


2009-10-18
11:09 AM

A break from the heat at last ! - Fishing report for the week ending 10/18/09 at last we have a break from the heat on friday even though it was still warm you could feel a change in the air with a 15 mph west wind and more clouds. The snook and redfish bite was good with slot fish a more...
Capt. Gary Clark - Sanibel


2009-10-11
9:38 AM

Late Summer Heat wave ! - Fishing report for the week ending 10/11/09 AFter a brief cool spell we are getting record heat that slows our normal fall fishing down. Water temps that had cooled off a bit have come back up a few degrees making snook sluggish at times during the d more...
Capt. Gary Clark - Sanibel


2009-09-28
8:56 AM

Redfish are schooling up! - Fishing report for the week ending 9/27/09 with lots of rain and cooler water the numbers of redfish are increasing, on the higher tides the larger fish are up on the grass flats in good numbers. There are good numbers of small snook in the bay aroun more...
Capt. Gary Clark - Sanibel


2009-09-16
9:26 AM

Redfish are heating up! - Fishing report for week ending 9/13/09 with more rain and overcast days the water temps are coming down.The redfish are schooling and becoming much more active. The end of this week gave us tides much higher than normal,the redfish get far back into more...
Capt. Gary Clark - Sanibel


2009-09-01
10:17 AM

Fall fishing just around the corner - Fishing report for the week ending 8/30/09 even though the weather is still hot I am seeing signs of fall coming, tarpon are starting to group up and a few pompano have showed up on the grass beds.Fishing this week with Geoff Hancock and his family f more...
Capt. Gary Clark - Pine Island Sound


2009-08-18
7:47 AM

Shark and Tarpon - Fishing report for week ending 8/16/09, while the snook and redfish inshore have slowed a bit the shark and Tarpon fishing on cut bait has been steady. The sharks outnumber the tarpon 10 to 1, lemons and blacktips inshore and a few hammerheads off th more...
Capt. Gary Clark - Sanibel

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